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Cafes`: Study Hall Cafe`

Lusk Herald, September 12, 1968

GRAND OPENING OF THE STUDY HALL CAFE

The Grand opening of the Study Hall Cafe, formerly Moon's Chat and Chew, will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, the new owners Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hilty and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brown have announced.  The Study Hall is located on Fifth Street directly across from N.C.H.S.  Free Pepsi or coffee will be served with all orders.  Door prizes will be given during the Opening.  The Cafe features breakfasts, lunches, and dinners and 5c coffee.

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Lusk Herald, December 12, 1968

MRS. HECKERT IS NOW OPERATING STUDY HALL 

Mrs. Donald (Garnet) Heckert of Van Tassell is now in charge of the Study Hall in Lusk.  The cafe will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Monday through Saturday.  On game nights they will remain open until after the game.  The cafe has been operating since September 1, under the management of Roger Hilty and Ronald Brown of Lusk.

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The Lusk Herald, April 17, 1969

CAFE WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION MONDAY

The Study Hall Cafe`, located neat N.C. H. S., will be sold at public auction Monday, April 21, at 11:00 a.m. The Cafe` will first be offered as a going business and if a sale is not forthcoming the auction will be held on a piecemeal basis. also to be sold is a 8-room house on two lots and a 6-space trailer park court. The property is being sold by Mrs. Donald (Garnet) Heckert for the Iris Erlewine Estate. Art Mahnke will cry the sale. 

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